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Description: The Iron Duke and Railed Area
Date Listed: 11 July 1978
English Heritage Building ID: 171690
OS Grid Reference: TR3855765094
OS Grid Coordinates: 638557, 165094
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3349, 1.4234
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RAMSGATE BELLEVUE ROAD
TR 3865 SE
10/61 No. 2 (The Iron
Duke) and railed
Public house. 1816 and altered mid C19. Rendered. Three storeys with
basement on plinth with parapet, cornice-and stacks to rear. Two sashes on
2nd floor in moulded surround with vermiculated keystone, and on cill
brackets, and sash to left on 1st floor with canted bay with cornice to
right with balcony with geometric patterned rails. Ground floor with 'pub
front', with plate glass windows and moulded panels below, with small bay to
left with double half-glazed doors, and projecting porch to right with double
half-glazed doors and rectangular fanlight and arched side lights. Small
railed area to right with ornate fleur-de-lys rails. Large tiered octagonal
lamp with scrolled arching bracket. Left return with 2 sashes on 2nd floor,
sash and raised sashes on 1st floor and central half-glazed door on ground
floor with cornice on consoles. Interior: largely C20, but with moulded
dado rail probably original. The public house was first rated as the Prince
of Orange in 1816, its address then 15½ Bellevue Hill; sometime the Bellevue
Tavern. (See Busson, Ramsgate 106; see also M.D. Mirams, Old Ramsgate Pubs,
Listing NGR: TR3855765094
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Source: English Heritage
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